Question about Audio Technica ATH-M50 Professional Headphones
No, headphone burn-in is largly a myth. While it is possible, from a physics standpoint that the driver material could "break-in" some with use and age, the audible difference would be so slight that it would take specialized equipment to measure the differences, which would be so small as to be unrecognizable by human hearing. Any actual "differences" in sound quality over a period of time is largly based on perception, that is the user gets used to the characteristics of the device. This has been proven time and time again through double-blind tests.
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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